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♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ carly fiorina laid off 30,000 workers. when you're talking about massive layoffs, which we did... perhaps the work needs to be done somewhere else. [ male announcer ] fiorina shipped jobs to china. and while californians lost their jobs, fiorina tripled her salary. bought a million dollar yacht. and five corporate jets. i'm proud of what i did at hp. [ male announcer ] carly fiorina. outsourcing jobs. out for herself. [ barbara boxer ] i'm barbara boxer and i approve this message. reality. drastic cuts to bay area mass transit. the >>> months of threats now a reality. drastic cuts to bay area mass transit. the neighborhoods hit the hardest. >>> a dad trying to protect his daughter or a police officer flexing his muscle? what happened before the camera started rolling? >>> it's like a bad episode of glee. the cheerleading coach accused of stealing thousands of dollars from her own squad to pay for a trip to vegas. >>> it would be impossible if everyone in the st
of authority. using the uniform to get citizens to submit. >> he said you come with me and takes the boy. my understanding is took the boy inside the house without the parents. then they heard a thud sounding like a body hitting the floor. >> reporter: the parents tell the attorney when they raced into the house : >> the son is leaning back with his hands behind his back. with his back up against the sofa and the officer is about 2 feet away from him towering over him with his right hand on his duty weapon. >> reporter: former prosecutors say the cop's job is on the line. >> well, if he's charged with a felony false imprisonment which is restraining liberty under the color of authority or by force that's a serious felony and that officer would not be able to continue on as police officer if he's convicted from that. >> reporter: i went to his front door tonight he tells me he cannot comment on the case because it involves minors. his attorney says this was an officer trying to scare a wayward teen straight. i can tell you about four minutes of this was captured on cell phone video. neither s
us she will release evidence tomorrow that whitman knew that the maid was an illegal immigrant. this after a traumatic day and saw the maid sobbing in front of live tv cameras. whitman insisting she didn't know the woman was in the country illegally. robert miles on this surprise in the race for governor. >> reporter: the undocumented maid claimed she worked here at meg whitman's home for almost a decade. she goes on to say that entire time she was financially abused, exploited, and ultimately fired but only after meg whitman decided to run for governor. choking back tears, nicky diaz santillan that her status was not a secret from her former employer. >> we have no food, no job, no place to live. and for that reason, we made a decision to come here. i tell her that she knew that. and i don't have papers to work here. and i need her help. i want her to help me get immigration. >> reporter: the former maid with gloria allred at her side says whitman engaged in her own form of don't asken don't tell. paying her $23 an hour to clean and perform nanny duty for nine years until june
! to challenge ourselves on the most demanding track in the world. with us, in spirit, was every great car that we'd ever competed with. the bmw m5. and the mercedes-benz e63. for it was their amazing abilities that pushed us to refine, improve and, ultimately, develop the world's fastest production sedan. [ engine revving ] the cts-v, from cadillac. the new standard of the world. >>> you're watching cbs5 eyewitness news. why so d lead to >>> a tough less some in economics. the bay area schools in dawning of shutting down, why some say it would -- danger in shutting down, why some say it would lead to massive construction. >>> more complaints or pg&e smart meters, why dozens of people say the smart meters are messing with their security. >>> it makes me kind of angry i have to say. i mean that's my money. >> taxpayer money down the drain, the appliance tested by the state that some say is just a waste. >>> it's just terrible food. it doesn't taste good. it's not very healthy. >> and hold the fries, the bay area community that's not loving it when it comes to mcdonald's moving in. with brea
becoming a little too smart? apple trying to change the way our phones look back at us. we've all seen the videos: i'm dana king. >> good evening. i'm ken bastida. >>> first we've all seen the videos, people using cell phones to record police officers, usually doing something that makes the cops look pretty bad. well, now some officers in the bay area have started wearing their own cameras to record your every move. robert lyles shows us how to spot them. >> reporter: suited up to patrol the streets of oakland once meant a badge and a gun. now officers say it means a recording device as well. >> just for that, so i can record myself when i stop people. >> reporter: motor officer jason scott has been paranoid complaints and lawsuits alleging officer misconduct have increased exponentially in the past decade. usually rooted in a battle of he said she said. >> stop this gentleman for having no plates on his vehicle. >> reporter: but that's about to change. >> this is the new age of policing. >> reporter: you might call it policing 2.0. 15 oakland officers are now wearing on their chests t
lyles shows us the classmates warrant closures could lead to violence. >> reporter: we are live outside richmond city council chambers and inside there have been more than 40 speakers who spent the past two hours offering commentary as to why all three of those schools should remain open. now the richmond city council must figure out or at least find 1 1/2 million dollars to keep those schools open for the next two years. now one city councilman tells us tonight he and the board are feeling financially bullied, but a pending election just may assure all three of those schools stay open. closing kennedy high school is more like a lecture in history. >> there's been generations pass through this school. >> reporter: a seminar on psychology. >> it's like a home wrecker, like tearing down schools. >> reporter: and a term paper on how to encourage social unrest. >> why don't they do some other school. therefore, you combine those two, it would be like massive destruction to the school. >> reporter: but for a school with lagging enrollment it seems the thing for the school board. >> there see
they did on the way out. >> you know the obvious rules, but there's a single mistake most of us make. the test on how clean your kitchen is. >>> tonight, you will see if for yourself, a south bay family releasing the video of what they say is a police officer pretending to arrest their son for fooling around with his stepdaughter. >> reporter: it's a cell phone video secretly shot by the boy's father. it shows the cop towering over the 15-year-old. he was scolded and yelled at for having sex with his 14-year- old stepdaughter. he said she was not ma sure enough for -- mature enough for normal-to-normal day tasks. >> she has to be reminded to take a shower a couple of times a week. >> reporter: for a few moments it's silent and then he is written up for sexual assault charges. >> i will write up a report, and it will be up to them if they file charges on you for having sex with a minor. it does not bode well for you. do you know what that means? >> no. >> it's not a good thing that the person you had sex with is a cop's daughter. a cop's daughter is not someone you mess around with. >
avenue. don knapp shows us what the investigators found at the scene. >> reporter: the chp says speed and maybe alcohol were factors in the violent crash that claimed one life, left two with major injuries, and two with the bmw minor injuries. all of those high schoolers. two of the injured taken to san bernadino hospital, the other to marin general. >> the bmw behind us lost control, into the path of a big rig, and was struck. >> the driver of the big rig was uninjured. a long line of skid marks indicates a tire blew out, officer loudon sails, the skid marks beginning at what appears to be an older roadside memorial for a motorcyclist. >> it was a crash. we did find alcohol beverage containers in or about the vehicle but we have not determined it to be a factor yet. >> at novato high, some heard of the crash, but after a late in the day special teacher's meeting there what is no meeting of students. >> so he thinks he may know one or more of the victims. >> somebody i know had classes together, we would see each other every day, was involved in a horrible car accident. doesn't make m
7% called the u.s. operation in iraq a complete success. 23% say that it was a complete failure, 27% say that it was somewhat of a failure and 41% call it at least a partial success. >>> northern california television viewers will see something they have never seen on tv before. it's a tv commercial for medical marijuana. and as laura coal reports, even though the word "marijuana," is never actually used in the commercials, some parents are still upset. >> two ruptured disks that i have in my lower back. >> reporter: the ad tells people's pain. >> muscle spasms in my back. >> reporter: and explain marijuana for medical use. >> the people that you see giving those temperatures are real, live, every day patients, israel they are your neighborhoods, your children, your relatives. >> reporter: it's the first of its kind. >> i know that people are a lot of times afraid to step forward. >> reporter: the ad never even uses the word "marijuana." >> it says cannabis. >> reporter: but it still comes with controversy. >> you want to rays your kids and keep them away from drugs in society it's
. we begin with joe vazquez who gives us an up close look at the wreckage. >> reporter: right now we're at sneath and skyline fully a mile from the impact scene, but as you can see, this road is blocked off by chp and, in fact, police officers from different jurisdictions are blocking an entire swath of neighborhoods not even close to the scene telling frustrated neighbors they can't go in because it's a crime scene. there's no tape, but an officer told us there's an imaginary line here we are not allowed to cross. earlier today when reporters wanted to get close, they were told you could only do so with a government minder. they call that a pull situation. we hiked about a mile in through rough terrain to bring you these pictures. sconed earth, a close-up look at the -- scorched earth, a close-up look at the center of the san bruno blast shows the consequences of the gas main rupture. the explosion obliterated homes in the middle of the crestmoor canyon neighborhood. the closest homes were leveled. all that's left in some are chimneys. we found large chunks of asphalt that had been
to 1. the jail says that there were concerns that inmates were hoarding soap to use it as weapons and to hide contraband inside. inmates say that they need it to wash their clothes as well as themselves. >>> bay area religious leaders joined together in palo alto today to condemn a florida pastor's plan to burn the koran this weekend. members of christian and jewish congregations among others joined muslim leaders in a show of solidarity. more than a dozen speakers called for religious freedom and tolerance and for a greater understanding of all faiths. tonight that pastor says he is not backing off of plans to burn 100 or more copies of the koran on the anniversary of the september 11th attacks. terry jones of the dove world outreach center has been the subject of international pressure to cancel the event. the city of gainesville has now denied hima burn permit and his web site was shut down. >> we feel that he is an indirect course of violation of our freedom of expression, freedom of speech, because they are trying to shut us down. >> gainesville residents held their own inter
vasquez on why pg&e says it can't do that. >> it's just red line. >> reporter: livermore mayor showed us. >> amanda: his fire department was able to skirt up. a pipeline underneath vineyards, it is about the only populated area nearby. accord to go a pg&e report from 2009 obtained by cbs5 the utility said it needed to fix this stretch of pipeline calling it the highest-risk pipeline in the bay area. the livermore mayor says he was shocked, he asked pg&e for more specifics but never got an answer today. >> no doubt it's on the south end of the city and it doesn't impact as many people as it would in neighborhoods in san brown oh but by gosh i think our citizens deserve some information from pgee so we know what this means. >> what information have you got. >> the truth is nothing. accord to go the same paperwork they need to replace a four- mile section of pipeline 131 in fremont and call this the second highest risk pipeline in the bay area. the fire chief says he knows it fakes through but he couldn't get any more specifics from pg&e either. >> right now they can't tell us so they are u
is making her presence very well known. robert liles shows us how. robert? >> reporter: dana, consider this. oakland vote ersie elected jerry brown mayor twice, in fact this city is largely made up of registered democratic voters, but behind me is not an office for a democratic gubinatorial candidate, instead it's the republican candidate. so does all of this prime leased space mean that meg whitman is offering up a window into a winning campaign or into a political blunder? meg whitman's campaign says the gubinatorial hopeful opened this satellite campaign office at lake shore and 580 in mid- july for one reason. >> we believe the election will be very close so we need to fight inform every vote, every vote in oakland, every vote in san francisco, every vote in san jose, every vote in the bay area, every vote across the state. >> reporter: when cbs cameras arrived early this evening it was easy to see directly into the front windows of meg 2010, but after we informed her campaign of our story tonight the entire front window was covered with this. >> for anyone who lives in oakland, those o
went to germany's nurburgring to challenge ourselves on the most demanding track in the world. with us, in spirit, was every great car that we'd ever competed with. the bmw m5. and the mercedes-benz e63. for it was their amazing abilities that pushed us to refine, improve and, ultimately, develop the world's fastest production sedan. [ engine revving ] the cts-v, from cadillac. the new standard of the world. dgetwerealand. $ llioin t cut wod cls scolsand iverties cleaener proted..9 llionew bs cated i'jerrbrow i eds jor ange andecion ming theocal lel-clerd ans;e ha to turnower noew tes whout vor apoval jey brn thknowdge anknowow to g calorniworkg agn. >>> you're watching cbs5 "eyewitness news." >>> all i did is scream "oh god." >> a dump truck on a collision course, what caused the driver to lose control, the twisted metal left behind. >>> he is the only known living person linked to a mysterious killing spree. why he is now out of jail. >>> creative approach to appealing to chinese american voters. a name change on the november ballot. but some are questioning whether it should be le
it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. [ male announcer ] it's luxury with fire in its veins. bold. daring. capable of moving your soul. ♪ and that's even before you drop your foot on the pedal. ♪ the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. >>> you're watching cbs5 "eyewitness news." >>> california running out of toilet paper. no joke. where you're soon going to have to bring your own. >>> coming soon to your computer, your phone, and all your wireless devices, wi-fi on steroids. how surfing the net will be 10 times faster. >> sick of wasting to see the doctor, the new tool to help you get treated stat. >>> and the tip of this is, actually appears to be a toothbrush melted, sharp end down to a tip. >> sheriffs and shanks and now prone crushers after a murder at san quentin we get a look at the weapons of choice behind bars. >> good evening, i'm ken bastida. >> i am dana king. >> it would be funny if it weren't so pathetic. it came town to this. no more money for toilet paper. where the supply is running thin. >> reporter: i
to keep up with an explosion in visitors and all they leave behind. >> yes, we are using our materials, the stockpile is going down. >> the stockpile is toilet paper, cleaning supplies, the basics. but he may find his items bear on october 1st. >> the state parks, they are always the first one ... >> to get dumped on, they issue credit cards that allow state workers to buy toilet supplies without going all the way to sacramento. but no payments have gone to the banks in 90 days so the bank is canceling the cards. >> okay, this is another consequence of not having a budget in place. these are the cards used in under prescribed conditions as a normal course of business, could be shut off as of next week. >> there is no way. >> california is stuck in a quagmire and it's hard to be that, what, the seventh largest economy in the world can't get it's act together. >> governor schwarzenegger says they may soon bowl again, a so- called budget framework was reached this evening in santa monica but that does not mean an agreement on the $19 billion deficit. >> it's going to be a worse problem be
... that is what drives us. but what really happened? cnn -- not me -- cnn says his assertion about his tax record was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth. >>> you're watching cbs "eyewitness news." >>> two brutal assaults and now this warning. women, watch your backs. >> pg&e finally comes clean releasing the list of those high-risk pipelines but that list isn't exactly helpful. what you'll have to do to find out if you live near one. >> no influence at all from nobody. from nowhere. >> the president aunt speaks for the first time how she managed to stay in the country illegally. why she says the system is to blame. >>> he had so much evil in his life and now he has had so much love. >> and rescued from michael vick's estate, what this pit bull is doing now, to put smiles oh
. >> the owners did not allow cbs 5 inside the nondescript warehouse and they asked us not to show the address they are worried about security. >> we do not produce this for the general public, only produced for medical co-ops, who sell it for very desperately ill patients. so it is a very close system. >> it is against federal law what do you do about that? >> it is legal under california law. >> reporter: in fact the u.s. attorney general said the feds will not go after those obeying state law. but isn't the union taking a risk. >> we can't use union money to get someone out of jail. >> as the marijuana industry continues to blossom in california, union recruitment is expected to increase, more singers for the new song of solidarity ♪ [ music ] >>> meanwhile a coalition of medical marijuana advocates have come out against prop 19, the california cannabis association says the measure would harm patients by allowing local governments to prohibit the sale of pot, in their areas. >> it has been four years since california executed anybody that could change next week federal judge says he will
of one of the missing women. and get this: there is much more. investigators sources are tells us that along with the two bodies found in the home, investigators also found radio active uranium. only cbs 5 cameras caught the bomb extraction team that police brought in from travis air force base. we know they're in connection with charles ritenhouse's job. >> investigators sources tell cbs 5 crews thought they were only removing highly explosive c4 from the storage unit. but now sources tell cbs 5 something much more sinister was found with the c4. uranium. that's the radioactive chemical used in armor piercing ammunition or bombs. >> what his motive was to have that material, we don't know. >> reporter: they're also at a loss as to why rittenhouse stayed in a house with a body decayed in there and in the back yard. initially made them appear to be chopped up. investigators called it a scene from silence of the lambs and are operating under the assumption it's the remains of administrate and allen. that's when valdemoro. that's his corvette in the garage. >> she was screaming outsi
's theirs to use in any way shape or form they want. we will not ask them and will not ask them to sign any releases when they accept that. p-g and-e has filed papers w the st >> it is all part of a $100 million fund to help families. pg&e filed papers with the state saying it has a billion dollars in liability insurance if it's found to be responsible for the explosion. >>> people whose homes survived the blast have been allowed to go back home, but for those whose homes were red tagged the closest they got was a bus tour through the neighborhood today. police escorted them into the area, but all they could do was, well, look out those windows at what was left. another group of residents will >> i saw the big crater and then i saw our house and other people's houses. there were several houses that were fine, several that weren't. it was a mess. >> another group of residents will take the tour tomorrow. elizabeth torres says his mom >>> four days after the disaster and it is still not clear how many people died. the son of 81-year-old elizabeth torres says his mom died, but the coroner hasn
, simon perez shows us whitman compared her opponent to a vampire. >> putting jerry brown in charges of negotiating with the labor unions around pensions, how many people we have in the state government, is like putting count dracula in charge of the blood bank. >> she was very aggressive. >> i have a wife and i come home at night. i don't try to close down the bars in sacramento like i used to when i was governor of sacramento. >> i thought jerry was funny. >> reporter: jokes and jabs aside, the uc davis campus, how to break through the gridlock in sacramento. jerry brown says political experience, meg whitman says that's the problem. >> i've done eight budgets, mauve of them were on time. one was late by a week or two. nothing like this mess. i know how to do it, i have the will power, i have the independence. >> he will bring people together after he is elected governor and it will be a meeting of all the special interests and unions who are there to collect their ious. we have to put a sign on california that says we're open for business. i want to eliminate the factory tax. this
, then as they tell us he actually called the victim's mother. >> reporter: that's right. in fact the governor's office is denying tonight that that 45- hour delay has anything to do with the consideration of clemency. instead, the governor's office is telling cbs5 that albert brown's full cash of appeals won't expire until thursday so the execution date has been moved to reflect that. regardless, the family of brown's victim is speaking out tonight saying they have waited three decades so they'll wait another 45 hours to see this convicted killer take his last breath. >> he made the decision to rape and murder my sister so he has to live with the consequences. >> reporter: by phone james jordan recalled how he was just 7 years old when his older sister, susan louise jordan, vanished two days before halloween 1980. nearly 30 years have passed but there is no erasing the painful details. >> i remember getting in the truck with my father and, umm, driving up and down the -- driving up and down the streets, you know, calling out, calling her name. >> reporter: susan jordan was walk to go high sch
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